VPL-HS51 VIDEO PROJECTOR PROTOCOL MANUAL 1st Edition

VPL-HS51 VIDEO PROJECTOR PROTOCOL MANUAL 1st Edition
VIDEO PROJECTOR
VPL-HS51
PROTOCOL MANUAL
1st Edition
Table of Contents
1. Introduction ...................................................................... 3
2. Operating the Projector from a Computer
2-1.
2-2.
2-3.
2-4.
Accessing the Projector from a Computer ..................................................... 3
Checking the Status of the Projector .............................................................. 4
Controlling the Projector from a Computer ................................................... 4
Setting Up the Projector ................................................................................. 5
2-4-1. Owner and Projector Information ................................................. 5
2-4-2. Network Settings ........................................................................... 6
2-4-3. Setting Passwords for “Administrator” and “User” ...................... 6
2-4-4. Advanced Setting .......................................................................... 6
3. NETWORK
3-1.
3-2.
3-3.
3-4.
Advertisement ................................................................................................ 7
3-1-1. Function ......................................................................................... 7
3-1-2. Setup Items .................................................................................... 7
PJ Talk ............................................................................................................ 8
3-2-1. Function ......................................................................................... 8
3-2-2. Setup Items .................................................................................... 8
SDAP Protocol ............................................................................................... 9
SDCP Protocol ............................................................................................. 10
3-4-1. Format ......................................................................................... 10
3-4-1-1. Header ...................................................................... 10
3-4-1-2. Community .............................................................. 10
3-4-1-3. Command ................................................................. 11
3-4-1-4. SET Request ............................................................ 12
3-4-1-5. GET Request ............................................................ 12
3-4-1-6. ERROR Response .................................................... 12
3-4-2. Items ............................................................................................ 13
3-4-2-1. Model Dependent Category ..................................... 13
3-4-2-2. Equipment Information Acquisition (80**h) .......... 13
3-4-2-3. Network Information Acquisition (90**h) .............. 14
3-4-3. Error Code ................................................................................... 15
3-4-3-1. Item Error ................................................................. 16
3-4-3-2. Community Error ..................................................... 16
3-4-3-3. Request Error ........................................................... 17
3-4-3-4. Network Error .......................................................... 17
3-4-3-5. Comm Error ............................................................. 18
3-4-3-6. NVRAM Error ......................................................... 18
Appendix ............................................................................... 19
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1. Introduction
This protocol manual describes the basic configuration and basic operations of various commands used
for projector. Projector can be controlled using the commands provided in “Appendix”. Using an external
CONTROLLER , etc., inputs can be switched and the power can also be turned on and off. In the following paragraphs, “CONTROLLER” means an external device such as a PC which controls projector using
these commands.
2. Operating the Projector from a Computer
2-1. Accessing the Projector from a Computer
You can check the present status of the projector on a computer display and control the projector from a
computer.
Confirm that the projector and computer are connected to the router/hub with the LAN cables, then turn
on the projector, computer and router/hub.
1. Start Internet Explorer 5.0 (or later versions) on your computer.
2. Type “http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (the IP address of the projector)” as the “Address”, then press the
ENTER key on your keyboard.
You can check the IP address of the projector using the INFORMATION menu.
Enter the IP address here.
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2-2. Checking the Status of the Projector
Click “Information”. You can check the information and present status of the projector on a computer
display. You can check the information and status in the window, but you cannot change the settings.
INFORMATION
The present status of the projector is displayed.
MENU
The present settings of the projector are displayed.
2-3. Controlling the Projector from a Computer
Click “Control”. You can perform various adjustments and settings of the projector on a computer
display.
The functions of the buttons in the windows are the same as those on the remote supplied with the
projector.
The present setting status is indicated.
If you change the setting using the remote, click “Refresh” at the upper right-hand corner of the window
to update the status.
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2-4. Setting Up the Projector
Click “Setup”. The Password Properties dialog box appears. The name of the “User” account is preset
without a password to “root” at the factory. You can set the owner information, etc.
Click “Apply” at the lower part of each window to update the projector to the data input in each window.
2-4-1. Owner and Projector Information
Click “Owner Information”.
Owner
Enter owner information.
Projector
Enter the location of the projector.
Memo
Enter a memo, if required.
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2-4-2. Network Settings
Click “Network”.
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)
Normally, set “Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP)”. If you select “Specify an IP address”, set the
necessary items.
2-4-3. Setting Passwords for “Administrator” and “User”
Click “Password”. You can set passwords for each “Administrator” and “User”.
The name of the “Administrator” account is preset to “root” at the factory. It cannot be changed.
2-4-4. Advanced Setting
Click “Advanced Menu” to display the Advertisement button, PJ Talk button and SNMP button. These
settings are mainly for professional use. These contents are indicated by the PROTOCOL manual.
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3. NETWORK
This section describes the performance, operations and protocol to be used of advertisement and PJ Talk.
3-1. Advertisement
The advertisement service is provided to facilitate development of a PC application that can automatically
detect a projector on the network. This function is achieved by broadcasting the equipment information
periodically to the network.
3-1-1. Function
The equipment information shown below is transmitted as the broadcast packet periodically (at certain
intervals).
Information
Description
Category
Category of the equipment
Equipment name
Name of the equipment
Serial number
Serial number of the equipment
Installation information
Installation location of the equipment
Community
Community name of the equipment
Power status
Power status of the equipment
m
. The category of projector is 0x0a.
. The power status sets ffffh if communication error occurs.
Protocol
The SDAP protocol is defined in order to provide this service.
Item
Description
Protocol name
SDAP (Simple Display Advertisement Protocol)
Transport
UDP
Port number
53862 (Factory-shipments value)
Broadcast interval
Once every 30 seconds (Factory-shipments value)
3-1-2. Setup Items
The items that can be set for the advertisement service are described below.
Setup items
Description
Port No.
Port number
Interval
Broadcast interval
Broadcast Address
Adding the transmission place.
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3-2. PJ Talk
The remote control service is provided that can control the projector from remote location via network.
3-2-1. Function
This responds to the control command and requests for acquiring the status and information supplied
from clients.
Control request
Enables the input to be selected and picture control to be adjusted.
SIRCS request
Enables remote control by sending the SIRCS code.
Status request
Enables equipment status information such as power status, error information and power-on time to be
acquired.
Information request
Enables equipment information such as equipment name, serial number and installation information to be
acquired.
Protocol
Item
Description
Protocol name
SDCP (Simple Display Control Protocol)
Transport
TCP
Port number
53484 (Factory-shipments value)
TCP connection timeout
30 seconds (Factory-shipments value)
3-2-2. Setup Items
The items that can be set for the PJ Talk service are described below.
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Setup item
Description
Port No.
Port number
Timeout
TCP connection timeout time
Host Address
IP address of connectable PC
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3-3. SDAP Protocol
This section describes the SDAP packet structure.
Header
(4)
Serial No. Power
Status
(4)
(2)
Product name
(12)
Community
(4)
Location
(24)
Fig.1 Packet structure
1) Header
The header consists of ID (16 bit), version (8 bit) and category (8 bit).
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
“DA” (16)
8
9
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
Version (8)
6
7
8
9
3
0
(Bit position)
1
Category (8)
Fig. 2 Header
ID
It is fixed to “DA”.
Version
This indicates the version number of protocol.
It is fixed to 01h (version 1).
Category
Category number 0Ah of the projector is entered here.
2) Community
When the community data matches the community that is set in the display equipment, the request is
executed. Community consists of four alphanumeric characters (case sensitive). All display
equipment has the default value “SONY” when shipped from the factory.
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
0
(Bit position)
1
Community (32)
Fig. 3 Community
3) Equipment Information
Product Name
Name of equipment (Maximum twelve characters)
In case, less than twelve characters, 00h is entered in the blank space.
Serial No.
Serial number is entered.
Power Status.
Power supply status of the equipment is entered.
Location
Information of installation location (Maximum twenty four characters)
In case, less than twenty four characters, 00h is entered in the blank space.
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3-4. SDCP Protocol
This section describes the packet structure of version 2.
Header
(2)
Community
(4)
Command
(4)
Data (n)
Fig. 1 Packet structure
3-4-1. Format
3-4-1-1. Header
The header consists of version (8 bits) and category (8 bits).
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Version (8)
1
0
(Bit position)
1
2
3
4
5
Category (8)
Fig. 2 Header structure
Version
This indicates the version number of protocol.
It is fixed to 02h (version 2).
Category
Category number 0Ah of the projector is entered here. Projector checks the category number. If a different category number is entered, the request is ignored.
3-4-1-2. Community
When the community data matches the community that is set in the display equipment, the request is
executed. Community consists of four alphanumeric characters (case sensitive). All display equipment
has the default value “SONY” when shipped from the factory.
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
0
(Bit position)
1
Community (32)
n
Community should be entered with four characters. Three characters or less are not accepted.
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3-4-1-3. Command
This section describes the format of the request command and the response command.
0
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
1
0
1
2
3
Request/Response (8)
4
5
6
7
8
9
2
0
1
Item No (16)
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
3
0
(Bit position)
1
Data Length (8)
(1) Request
This section describes the format of the request command that is issued from the host PC to the projector.
Community
This is the same alphanumeric characters as those of community that is set in the projector to which
request is going to be sent.
Request
There are only two types of request. One is the GET request to acquire the projector information and
status. The other is the SET request to modify the projector setup.
Request
Contents
SET (00h) Used to control turning the power on/off and to control the input selector, and to change the various setups.
GET (01h) Used to acquire the installation information, equipment status and various setup values.
Item No.
This is the item number of the request target.
Data Length
This is the length of the data accompanying the request. The maximum length is 128 bytes. If there is no
data, it is 0.
Data
This is the data accompanying the request.
(2) Response
This section describes the format of the response command which is used to return a response to the host
PC from the projector.
Community
The same alphanumeric characters as those of the request is entered.
Response
The response returns the result of executing the request from the host PC.
Response
Contents
NG (00h)
Indicates that the request is illegal or cannot be executed.
OK (01h)
Indicates that the request was executed correctly.
Item No.
The same value as those of the request is entered.
Data Length
This is the length of the data accompanying the response. The maximum length is 128 bytes. If there is no
data, it is 0.
Data
This is the data accompanying the response.
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3-4-1-4. SET Request
The SET request is used to set a new value in the specified item. Details of the request and the response
are described below.
Request
Request
Item No.
Data
Length
SET (00h)
Item No.
n
Item No.
0
Data
Set Data (n byte)
Response
OK (01h)
3-4-1-5. GET Request
The GET request is used to acquire the value of the specified item. Details of the request and the response
are described below.
Request
Request
Item No.
Data
Length
GET (01h)
Item No.
0
Item No.
n
Response
OK (01h)
Get Data (n byte)
3-4-1-6. ERROR Response
When an error occurs in the contents of a request or in the result of execution, NG is returned as the
response.
NG (00h)
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Item No.
2
Error Code (16)
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3-4-2. Items
Category
Contents
SET
GET
00**h
Used to control and to change the various setups.
O
O
01**h
Used to acquire the status.
03**h
Used to reset memory.
O
17**h
Sircs (15 bit category)
O
19**h
Sircs (20 bit category)
O
80**h
Used to acquire equipment information.
O
90**h
Used to acquire network setup information.
O
O
3-4-2-1. Model Dependent Category
The supported contents of 00**h, 01**h, 03**h, 17**h and 19**h change depending on the model.
Details are shown on Appendix.
3-4-2-2. Equipment Information Acquisition (80**h)
Used to acquire the equipment information.
Lower byte
Contents
SET
00h
Category Code
O
01h
Model name
O
02h
Serial number
O
03h
Installation location
O
GET
O
0x8000 Category code
1 byte
0x8001 Model name
Alphanumeric 12 characters
If the number of characters is less than 12, the remaining digits are filled with 00h.
0x8002 Serial number
4 bytes
n
The serial number is in the range of 00000000 to 99999999.
0x8003 Installation location
Alphanumeric 24 characters
If the number of characters is less than 24, the remaining digits are filled with 00h.
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3-4-2-3. Network Information Acquisition (90**h)
Used to acquire the network setup information.
Lower bytes
Contents
SET
GET
00h
MAC Address
O
01h
IP Address
O
02h
Subnet Mask
O
03h
Default Gateway
O
04h
DHCP
O
0x9000 Mac Address
6 bytes
0x9001 IP Address
4 bytes
0x9002 Subnet Mask
4 bytes
0x9003 Default Mask
4 bytes
0x9004 DHCP
1 byte
DHCP invalid: 0
DHCP valid : 1
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3-4-3. Error Code
The error code list is shown below with a detailed description of each.
Category
Error
Error Code
Item Error (01**h)
Invalid Item
01h
Invalid Item Request
02h
Invalid Length
03h
Invalid Data
04h
Short Data
11h
Not Applicable Item
80h
Community Error (02**h)
Different Community
01h
Request Error (10**h)
Invalid Version
01h
Invalid Category
02h
Invalid Request
03h
Short Header
11h
Short Community
12h
Short Command
13h
Network Error (20**h)
Timeout
01h
Comm Error (F0**h)
Timeout
01h
Check Sum Error
10h
NVRAM Error (F1**h)
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Framing Error
20h
Parity Error
30h
Over Run Error
40h
Other Comm Error
50h
Unknown Response
F0h
Read Error
10h
Write Error
20h
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3-4-3-1. Item Error
This error occurs when the Item No. of a request is illegal or its data is illegal. The conditions for occurrence of the respective errors are shown below.
Invalid Item
An unsupported Item No. is specified.
Example 1: The unsupported category 0xA** is specified.
Example 2: The unsupported Item No. 0x8010 is specified.
Invalid Item Request
The Item No. is supported but an unsupported Request is issued.
Example: An attempt is made to set data in the Model Name (0x8001).
Invalid Length
Data length of the specified Item No. is too long.
Example: An attempt is made to set 25 byte data in the installation location (0x8003).
Invalid Data
Data of the specified Item No. is outside the setting range.
Example: An attempt is made to set 101 in the Item when the setting range of the Item is 1 to 100.
Short Data
The length of data is shorter than the value specified by the data length.
Example: The actual data length is 9 bytes but data length is 10.
Not Applicable Item
An item that is not valid at present is specified.
Example: The item to switch the display is specified when the main power is off.
3-4-3-2. Community Error
This error occurs when community is different.
Example: “ABCD” is specified when “SONY” is set.
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3-4-3-3. Request Error
This error occurs when header or command is illegal. The conditions of occurrence of the respective
errors are shown below.
Invalid Version
The version of the header is other than 2.
n
When another version is supported, an error occurs in all versions other than the supported version.
Invalid Category
The category does not match.
Example: 0x0B is specified in the device of category = 0x0A.
Invalid Request
An unsupported request is specified.
Example: Request = 0x02 is specified.
Short Header
The received data is 1 byte.
Short Community
The received data is in the range of 2 to 5 bytes.
Short Command
The received data is in the range of 6 to 9 bytes.
3-4-3-4. Network Error
This is an error that occurs in TCP/IP. The conditions of occurrence of the respective errors are shown
below.
Timeout
Communication was interrupted.
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3-4-3-5. Comm Error
This is an error in communication with the main control microprocessor of the display.
Timeout
Reception data is not returned after data is sent.
Check Sum Error
A check sum error occurred in the main control microprocessor of the display.
Framing Error
A framing error occurred.
Parity Error
A parity error occurred.
Over Run Error
An overrun error occurred.
Other Comm Error
Another error occurred.
Unknown Response
The data cannot be processed was received.
3-4-3-6. NVRAM Error
Read Error
Reading from NVRAM was failed.
Write Error
Writing to NVRAM was failed.
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Appendix
Communication Rules
. When sending a command from CONTROLLER, the return data from PROJECTOR should be received first before sending the next command. Even if the next command is sent before receiving the
return data, since PROJECTOR will not be able to receive that command, it does not return a response
to CONTROLLER. Consequently, no error code is also sent.
The following lists the approximate waiting times for PROJECTOR to return the return data after
CONTROLLER sends the command.
. When a communication error occurs, PROJECTOR ignores the data received until now, and set into the
reception standby state.
. For undefined commands or commends determined as invalid by PROJECTOR, PROJECTOR will
send the “NAK” return data to CONTROLLER .
. Take note that when data is written when the input signal of PROJECTOR is unstable, that data (value)
will not be incorporated.
. When INDEX specified SIRCS direct command is transmitted, leave an interval of 45 msec until the
next transmission. (Do not return the return data (ACK, NAK) when the SIRCS direct command is
received.)
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<Table 1>
<Table 2>
Item Number
Upper byte
Lower byte
Input
00h
01h
00h
02h
Data
Upper byte
Lower byte
Video
00h
00h
S-Video
00h
01h
Input-A
00h
02h
Component
00h
03h
HDMI
00h
04h
Dynamic
00h
00h
Standard
00h
01h
Cinema
00h
02h
User1
00h
03h
User2
00h
04h
User3
00h
05h
Contrast
00h
10h
Setting value (0 to 100)
00h
00h to 64h
Brightness
00h
11h
Setting value (0 to 100)
00h
00h to 64h
Color
00h
12h
Setting value (0 to 100)
00h
00h to 64h
Hue
00h
13h
Setting value (0 to 100)
00h
00h to 64h
Sharpness
00h
14h
Setting value (0 to 100)
00h
00h to 64h
Color Temp
00h
17h
High
00h
00h
Mid
00h
01h
Low
00h
02h
Custom1
00h
03h
Custom2
00h
04h
Custom3
00h
05h
Lamp Control
DDE
Black Level Adj.
Advanced Iris
RCP
(Real Color Processing)
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Data
Item
Picture Mode
Remarks
00h
00h
00h
00h
00h
1Ah
1Bh
1Ch
1Dh
1Eh
Low
00h
High
01h
Off
00h
Progressive
01h
Film
02h
Off
00h
Low
01h
High
02h
Off
00h
On
01h
Auto
02h
Off
00h
User 1
01h
User 2
02h
User 3
03h
Set/Get
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<Table 2>
Item Number
Remarks
Data
Item
Upper byte
Lower byte
Data
Wide Mode
00h
20h
Full
Upper byte
Lower byte
00h
Normal
01h
Wide Zoom
02h
Zoom
03h
Subtitle
04h
Set/Get
PictureMuting
00h
30h
Off
00h
00h
On
00h
01h
Input-A Signal Sel
00h
32h
Auto
00h
00h
Computer
00h
01h
Component
00h
02h
Video GBR
00h
03h
USER Gain Red
00h
50h
Setting value (_30 to 30)
E2h to 1Eh (_30 to 30)
USER Gain Green
00h
51h
Setting value (_30 to 30)
E2h to 1Eh (_30 to 30)
USER Gain Blue
00h
52h
Setting value (_30 to 30)
E2h to 1Eh (_30 to 30)
USER Bias Red
00h
53h
Setting value (_30 to 30)
E2h to 1Eh (_30 to 30)
USER Bias Green
00h
54h
Setting value (_30 to 30)
E2h to 1Eh (_30 to 30)
USER Bias Blue
00h
55h
Setting value (_30 to 30)
E2h to 1Eh (_30 to 30)
Gain Red
00h
80h
Setting value (0 to 255)
00h
00h to FFh
Gain Green
00h
81h
Setting value (0 to 255)
00h
00h to FFh
Gain Blue
00h
82h
Setting value (0 to 255)
00h
00h to FFh
Bias Red
00h
83h
Setting value (0 to 255)
00h
00h to FFh
Bias Green
00h
84h
Setting value (0 to 255)
00h
00h to FFh
Bias Blue
00h
85h
Setting value (0 to 255)
00h
00h to FFh
Status Error
01h
01h
No Error
00h
00h
Lamp Error
00h
01h
Status Power
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01h
02h
Fan Error
00h
02h
Cover Error
00h
04h
Temp Error
00h
08h
D5V Error
00h
10h
Power Error
00h
20h
Temp Warning Error
00h
40h
NVM Data Error
00h
80h
Standby
00h
00h
Start Up
00h
01h
Start Up Lamp
00h
02h
Power On
00h
03h
Cooling1
00h
04h
Cooling2
00h
05h
Saving Cooling1
00h
06h
Saving Cooling2
00h
07h
Saving Standby
00h
08h
Get only
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<Table 2>
Item Number
Data
Item
Upper byte
Lower byte
Data
Upper byte
Lower byte
Control Mode
01h
05h
User Mode
00h
00h
Service Mode
00h
01h
Lamp Timer
01h
13h
Lamp Use Time
0000h-FFFFh *1
ROM Version
01h
1Dh
MAIN ROM Version
*2
SC1 ROM Version
01h
1Eh
SC1 ROM Version
*2
NVM Data Version
01h
27h
NVM Data VERSION
*3
04h
_
00h
00h
Set only
Set only *4
W/B All Save
W/B Low Save
03h
Get only
05h
W/B High Save
*1
*2
*3
*4
Remarks
06h
Sircs(15 bit category)
17h
Refer to Table4
_
00h
00h
Sircs(20 bit category)
19h
Refer to Table5
_
00h
00h
Example) In case the lamp timer indicates 1000H, return values are [03h] upper byte and [E8h] lower byte.
Example) In case the software version is 1.03, return values are [01h] upper byte and [03h] lower byte.
Example) In case the NVM data version is 3, return values are [00] upper byte and [03] lower byte.
It is corresponded to single command only.
When Sircs Direct Command is sent, return data may not be returned.
<Table 3>
Item Number
Data
Item
Data
Upper byte
Lower byte
ACK
_
00h
00h
NAK
Undefined Command
01h
01h
Size Error
04h
Select Error
05h
Range Over
06h
Not Applicable
0Ah
Check Sum Error
F0h
10h
Framing Error
20h
Parity Error
30h
Over Rub Error
40h
Other Comm Error
50h
Approximate Return Waiting Times
The await-return time is approx. 200 msec.
n
This is the case, unless the communications are interfered anyway.
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HUE+
PURPLISH
ADJ R
HUE_
GREENISH
x1
x2
x3
ADJ B
W/B
BIAS
ADJ G
W/B
GAIN
CURSOR
→
CURSOR
←
PICTURE
MUTING
x4
CURSOR
↑
STATUS
ON
POWER
ON/OF
*1
x5
CURSOR
↓
STATUS
OFF
x6
INPUT
SELECT
RGB
SIZE
x7
x8
RGB
SHIFT
CONTRAST+
HIGH
<Table 4>
MENU
CONTRAST_
LOW
x9
7x
DOT
PHASE
6x
APA
PICTURE
MODE
DYNAMIC
x1
5x
4x
3x
2x
1x
0x
x0
(2) 20BIT category
PICTURE
MODE
STANDARD
x2
PICTURE
MODE
CINEMA
x3
PICTURE
MODE
USER1
x4
PICTURE
MODE
USER2
x5
PICTURE
MODE
USER3
x6
x7
<Table 5>
RCP
x8
ADJUST
PICTURE
TGL
x9
*1: When the standby mode is set to “Low”, the projector main unit goes into the power saving mode in approx. 1 minute after standby state.
When a command is sent during the power saving mode, “Not Applicable” is returned.
However, the command is carried out when it is sent again.
7x
6x
5x
4x
3x
2x
1x
0x
x0
SHARPNESS+ SHARPNESS_
SHARP
SOFT
List of SIRCS CODE
(1) 15BIT category
KEYSTONE
xA
ENTER
VIDEO
COLOR+
HIGH
xA
PICTURE
MODE
TGL
xB
RESET
INPUT A
COLOR_
LOW
xB
DDE
TGL
xC
COMPONENT
xC
xD
xD
WIDE MODE
TGL
xE
xF
HDMI
S VIDEO
POWER
OFF
POWER
ON/OF
*1
MEMORY
BRITNESS_
DARK
xF
BRITNESS+
BRIGHT
xE
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